Minor in International Relations

The International Relations minor provides intensive study of the dynamic forces and trends that characterize the contemporary political and economic world, and the impact of those forces within and across national boundaries. The minor consists of 18 semester credit hours as follows:

Political Science courses:

A. three hours from: POLS 3310, 3315, 3390, 4310, 4315 and 4350;

B. three hours from: POLS 3370, 3372, 3375, 3380, and 3385;

C. three additional hours from A) or B) above;

Elective courses:

D. nine semester credit hours chosen from

ANTH 3330: Cultural Anthropology

CRIJ 4350: Comparative Criminal Justice

ECON 3305: Comparative Economic Systems

ECON 4330: International trade

FINA 4350: International Finance and Multinational Business

GEOG 1313: World Regional Geography

MANA 4310: International Business

SOCI 3321: Multicultural Studies

HIST 3359: Twentieth-Century Europe

HIST 3395: History of Russia

HIST 4392: Modern Latin America

HIST 4393: Japanese Civilization

HIST 4394: Chinese Civilization

HIST 4395: Modern Middle East

Additional courses may be substituted in item D with the approval of the Political Science Chair.